Mirror Plans to Expand Into Fashion, Beauty and Telemedicine, CEO Says

Mirror Plans to Expand Into Fashion, Beauty and Telemedicine, CEO Says

Mirror founder and Chief Executive Officer Brynn Putnam discusses the company's interactive fitness system and growth opportunities with Bloomberg's Taylor Riggs on "Bloomberg Technology."
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Deutsche Telekom CEO Aims to be U.S. Number 1 After Sprint Deal

Tim Hoettges, chief executive officer at Deutsche Telekom, says the telecommunications giant is aiming to overtake Verizon and AT&T in terms of U.S. market share. He spoke to Bloomberg's Matt Miller from Bonn, Germany.
Most Bullish Tesla Analysts Lift Target to Street-High $928

Most Bullish Tesla Analysts Lift Target to Street-High $928

Tesla Inc.'s potential success in energy generation and storage will be the next big thing to fuel the rally that's already caused the stock to almost triple in the past year, analysts at Piper Sandler Cos. said as they increased their price targe...
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Turkish Central Bank Lowers Benchmark Rate to 10.75%

Turkey's central bank cut interest rates again on Wednesday as the Monetary Policy Committee reduced its key rate for a sixth straight time.
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U.K. January Inflation Picks Up for First Time in Six Months

U.K. January Inflation Picks Up for First Time in Six Months

Kallum Pickering, senior economist at Berenberg, and Jane Foley, head of FX strategy at Rabobank, examine U.K. inflation data for the month of January.
Japan Is Rapidly Becoming a Coronavirus Hotbed

Japan Is Rapidly Becoming a Coronavirus Hotbed

Japan is emerging as one of the riskiest places for the spread of the coronavirus, prompting criticism that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's government has misfired on its policies to block the outbreak. The number of infections in Japan has more than ...
China's Coronavirus Death Toll Hits 2,000, New Infections Stabilizing

China's Coronavirus Death Toll Hits 2,000, New Infections Stabilizing

China's aggressive quarantine tactics delayed the spread of the coronavirus from the outbreak's center, said a top official at the World Health Organization. Officials in China's Hubei province locked down travel to and from the province, and late...
China's Policy Response to Virus Is Encouraging Markets: Aviva Investors

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Wesfarmers MD Scott on Virus Impact, Lithium Business, Coles Stake Sale

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Rob Scott, managing director of Australian conglomerate Wesfarmers Ltd., talks about the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on its businesses, its entry into the lithium business via the purchase of Kidman Resources, and its agreement to sell a 4....
Fortescue's Iron Ore Shipments on Schedule Despite Virus: CEO

Fortescue's Iron Ore Shipments on Schedule Despite Virus: CEO

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'Constructive' on Emerging Markets in Mid-Term, Samba Financial Says

'Constructive' on Emerging Markets in Mid-Term, Samba Financial Says

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Russia, Saudi Arabia Discuss OPEC+ Cooperation

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As the fallout from the coronavirus continues to affect all aspects of life in China, a growing number of the country's private companies have been forced to cut wages, delay paychecks or even stop paying staff altogether.
More Diversity Is Needed in the Partner Rooms of Venture Capitalists: Arbor Venture's Guzy

More Diversity Is Needed in the Partner Rooms of Venture Capitalists: Arbor Venture's Guzy

On Bloomberg Equality today, Melissa Guzy, co-founder and managing partner at Arbor Ventures, discusses fintech, funding and female representation in the venture capital industry. She speaks with Bloomberg Live's Mallika Kapur.
Singapore Finance Minister Heng Discusses Budget, Virus Outbreak, Economy

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Asian Bond Market Continues to Be Resilient: Triada Capital's CIO

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Investors Should Be Very Selective in Asia, Says Eastspring's Lien

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